On June 15, 1991, Paul picked up 14-year-old Leslie Mahaffy in Burlington, Ontario and took her home.
“What we found, really, was the whole area around serosorting is just fraught with assumptions,” says Rui Pires, the gay men’s community education coordinator for the AIDS Committee Of Toronto (ACT).
“A lot of it is based on assumptions about a person’s HIV status, and not really talking about it, but trying to second guess it.
The sensational trial began the third week in May 1995, Toronto.
Karla divorced Paul in 1994 and testified at his 1995 trial in return for a relatively light sentence.
Even the researchers behind that study admit that there are many other factors.